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Expanding Access to Global Experiential Learning Opportunities in STEM: A Closer Look at Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Global Projects for All Initiative


above: WPI students conduct field work with local partners in Panama. Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) is a top-tier STEM-focused research university and a recognized pioneer and global leader in project-based learning. The Global Projects Program (GPP) was developed in 1974 to offer project-based learning opportunities around the world and has become a signature component of […]

Great Talent, Potential, and Eagerness


With more than 110M people forcibly displaced worldwide, universities stand to gain remarkably driven refugee students who can uniquely enhance campus life and solve global issues.  For the first time ever, the number of people displaced by conflict, climate change, political persecution, and economic hardship swelled beyond 100 million last year, according to the UNHCR. […]

Rewriting the Script for International Advancement Through Collaboration


Featured image by Kyah Hiers Indiana University (IU) is grateful to be receive IIE’s 2023 Heiskell Award for Models of International Education Financial Support in recognition of IU Global’s International Advancement Initiative. Comprehensive international advancement models require the active collaboration of multiple university offices, and we appreciate the senior administrators at IU who have supported […]

IIE Celebrates Qatar Scholarship for Afghans Project (QSAP) Host Institutions at NAFSA


More Than 45 U.S. Colleges And Universities Have Opened Their Doors To 100 Afghan Refugee Students To Date; Half of the First Cohort are Women When the government in Kabul, Afghanistan, fell in August 2021, millions of Afghan people—including thousands of university students—found their lives suddenly in limbo. A year later, the Qatar Scholarship for Afghans Project (QSAP) was launched, […]

A New Era of Educational Exchange Between Europe and the United States


An IIE Delegation Participated in the Academic Cooperation Association’s Strategic Summit in October Educational exchange between Europe and the United States has been a hallmark of higher education for years. Scenes of exchange students exploring ancient ruins and enjoying local cuisine are still part of the American imagination of the college experience. Likewise, European scholars […]

Remembering Renowned Syrian Writer and IIE-SRF Alumnus Khaled Khalifa 


We are deeply saddened by the passing of Khaled Khalifa, an extraordinary novelist, poet, screenwriter, and human being who often wrote about the heartrending realities of living through Syria’s civil war.   The IIE Scholar Rescue Fund (IIE-SRF) was honored to support Khalifa during his year in residency at Harvard University in 2015-16. During the IIE-SRF fellowship, […]

The Long Game


Making the case for increasing international student enrollment in United States higher education  In 2005, two scientists, Dr. Drew Weissman and Dr. Katalin Karikó, published groundbreaking research about messenger RNA. It received little attention at the time, but more than fifteen years later, it led to the rapid development of COVID-19 vaccines. And this month, […]

Global Diversity: At The Heart of International Education


For more than 100 years, IIE has served as a champion of students, scholars, artists, and professionals from around the world seeking to further their research and education. As such, diversity, equity, inclusion, and access (DEIA) have always been key to our organizational approach. IIE’s mission can only be achieved by embracing all of the […]

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